Fly in Luxury Safaris in Uganda means coupling the right accommodation options with the right transport, services, and destinations. Uganda has made huge progress in developing its portfolio of luxury options in recent years. The best properties offer great value in design, service, and location which combine to impress even the well-traveled visitor.
Fly in Luxury Safaris in Uganda gives the most relaxing and hassle-free way of traveling where you travel by private charter planes between different destinations, and then get transfers from the airstrips to each luxury lodge. This gives the opportunity to spend more time enjoying game drives and experiencing luxury camps and lodges. Flying safari takes in Uganda’s main National Parks that are linked easily by air with local carrier Aerolink. You can tailor your luxury itinerary as much as you like – choose your own accommodation and time of stay in each National Park with our team of travel experts.
Planning a luxury safari in Uganda is as easy as picking your safari destinations and then choosing from the best lodges in the parks or nearby. Most luxury travelers on a short safaris visit Entebbe for a day or two, Kibale Forest National Park for chimpanzees and other primates, Queen Elizabeth National Park for big game safaris (and tree-climbing lions) and Bwindi Impenetrable National Park for gorilla tracking. Travelers on longer trips also visit Jinja for exciting Nile River activities such as white-water rafting, Murchison Falls National Park for incredible landscapes and wildlife and, for adventurous travelers who like to really get off the beaten track, there’s a flight to the magnificent rugged Kidepo Valley National Park in Uganda’s remote north.
In Rwanda, fly in safaris are popular and are conducted in helicopters. Heli flights are available from Kigali International airport to either Volcanoes National Park, Akagera National Park and to Nyungwe Forest National Park. Charter flights are available as well as scheduled helicopter flights. Helicopter flights in Rwanda are operated by Akagera Aviation.